Volume 10 | Psycho

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Psycho

by Volume 10

From the creator of the hit hip hop single, "Pistol Grip Pump" comes Volume 10's "Psycho".
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: West Coast Rap
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1. Rip Ryder Damu Ryder
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2. Raised In The Hood
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3. Ganster B**ch
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4. Psycho
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5. Blaze On
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6. Servin' & Dippin'
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7. Chucks & Kaks
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8. My Ni**as In A Camry
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9. Stick Yo-Self
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10. On One
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11. Ni**as In Da Trenches
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12. Servin' & Dippin' (Remix)
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13. Rip Ryder Damu Ryder (Remix)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
about Volume 10

With the release of "Pistolgrip-Pump" as his debut single in 1993, Volume 10 set quite an ambitious precedent for himself. As the song and its off-centered interpretation of "More Bounce to the Ounce" captured anthem status across the States, no one quite knew what to expect next from the self-proclaimed lyrical Heavyweight.

When his full-length album Hip-Hopera hit stores in 1994 it sure enough put a schizophrenic spin on what was quickly becoming Los Angeles gangsta rap. As a product of the Goodlife open mic sessions, Volume 10 utilized psychedelic-tinged beats provided by the likes of the Baka Boyz, Fat Jack, and Bosco Kante to cover almost every topic under the South Central sun. While hood warfare gets the flamboyant treatment on tracks such as "Knockoutchaskull" and "Flow Wood," a more introspective approach is taken on "Where's the Sniper" and "First Born," which respectively tackle the topics of alcoholism and fatherhood. His second single, "Sunbeams" didn't quite match the reach of "Pistolgrip-Pump," but it did prove that a touch of nature could still be enjoyed among even the most tense of urban situations.

Pistol Grip Pump, would later be covered on Rage Against The Machines' platinum selling, "Renegades". 10 also appeared on the "Project Blowed" compilation in 1995, considered by many to be one of the underground's defining moments. Volume's independent release, "Psycho", both written & produced by 10, is an introspective, underground look at one of the originators of the West Coast scene.


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Alexey

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\"Psycho\" isn`t such good as \"hip-hopera\", but also hot. track 7 is da best n hottest. I like 10`s flow and style.